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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school football teams in the eighth weekly Associated Press poll of 2013, by OHSAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):

DIVISION I

1, Cincinnati Colerain (19) 10-0 242

2, Austintown-Fitch (3) 10-0 196

3, Lakewood St. Edward (2) 8-1 181

4, Hilliard Davidson (1) 10-0 180

5, Cincinnati Moeller 9-1 148

6, Mentor 9-1 119

7, Hudson 9-1 78

8, Canton Mckinley 9-1 55

9, West Chester Lakota West 9-1 42

10, Cleveland St. Ignatius 6-4 35

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Pickerington North 27. 12, Cincinnati Elder 25. 13, Huber Heights Wayne 21.

DIVISION II

1, Zanesville (14) 10-0 214

2, Loveland (3) 10-0 196

3, Avon (3) 10-0 183

4, Mansfield (1) 10-0 145

5, Cleveland Glenville (3) 9-1 142

6, Medina Highland (1) 10-0 137

7, New Albany 9-1 86

8, Massillon Washington 8-2 82

9, Cincinnati Winton Woods 8-2 61

10, Worthington Kilbourne 9-1 37

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Akron Ellet 26. 12, Brecksville-Broadview Hts. 17.

DIVISION III

1, Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary (16) 10-0 236

2, Toledo Central Catholic (7) 10-0 216

3, Hubbard (1) 10-0 167

4, Athens (1) 10-0 136

5, Sandusky Perkins 10-0 134

6, Mount Orab Western Brown 10-0 83

7, New Philadelphia 9-1 57

8, Poland Seminary 9-1 51

9, Louisville 10-0 45

10, Tipp City Tippecanoe 10-0 42

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Columbus Marion-Franklin 40. 12, Chillicothe 31. 12, Clyde 31. 14, Trotwood-Madison 22. 15, Aurora 20. 16, Franklin 19.

DIVISION IV

1, Kenton (18) 10-0 239

2, Bryan (3) 10-0 202

3, Genoa Area (2) 10-0 190

4, Caledonia River Valley (1) 10-0 154

5, Clarksville Clinton-Massie (1) 9-1 142

6, Kettering Archbishop Alter 9-1 125

7, Urbana 10-0 96

8, Wauseon 9-1 77

9, Chagrin Falls 8-2 48

10, Germantown Valley View 9-1 35

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Cincinnati McNicholas 15. 12, Wooster Triway 13.

DIVISION V

1, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy (15) 10-0 220

2, Findlay Liberty-Benton (7) 9-0 215

3, Columbia Station Columbia (1) 10-0 195

4, Columbus Bishop Hartley (1) 9-1 152

5, Wheelersburg 9-1 122

6, Coldwater 8-2 103

7, St. Clairsville 9-1 91

8, Martins Ferry 9-1 75

9, Loudonville 9-1 51

10, Richwood North Union (1) 9-1 43

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, West Jefferson 33. 12, West Salem Northwestern 25. 13, Crestview 16. 14, Pemberville Eastwood 12.

DIVISION VI

1, Kirtland (18) 10-0 236

2, Lucasville Valley (4) 10-0 175

3, South Range (1) 10-0 167

4, Centerburg 10-0 123

5, Columbus Bishop Ready 9-1 113

6, Delphos Jefferson 9-1 108

7, Mogadore 9-1 101

8, Defiance Tinora 9-1 97

9, Cincinnati Country Day (2) 10-0 56

10, Haviland Wayne Trace 9-1 50

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph 41. 12, Newark Catholic 26. 13, Casstown Miami East 16. 14, North Robinson Colonel Crawford 13.

DIVISION VII

1, Maria Stein Marion Local (20) 10-0 235

2, Western Reserve (1) 10-0 186

3, Shadyside (1) 10-0 162

(tie) Glouster Trimble (1) 10-0 162

5, North Lewisburg Triad (1) 10-0 152

6, Covington 10-0 139

7, Norwalk St. Paul 9-1 98

8, McComb 8-2 48

9, Sidney Lehman 9-1 41

10, Leipsic 8-2 36

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Wellsville 23. 12, Steubenville Catholic Central 12.

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